If you do not like to use the Ubuntu Server command line, the following content will surprise you. We can also use a graphical interface to manage the command line system. There are also many remote graphical management software, such as SSH Secure Shell Client,FileZilla.
Using a graphical interface is easy to operate, but it also has to pay the price-you cannot operate files other than the user's permissions, which greatly limits its practicality. Therefore, this is why it only provides SFTP (file transfer function. In addition, if you want to delete a directory file, this operation will take a long time, and it will be done with the sudo rm command line.
Use SSH Secure Shell Client, which is a free SSH remote logon software. Disadvantage is the use of local encoding, such as windows is GBK, then login is connected through GBK, so if the server encoding is UTF-8, will produce Chinese garbled.
Next, we will use the SFTP function of FileZilla to implementWindows XPFile transmission interaction with Ubuntu Server. In this way, in Windows, you can also use a graphical interface to manage Linux servers in command-line format.
Next, let's just talk nonsense. Go to the theme-on Windows, how to use FileZilla's SFTP function to transfer files.
Select "Site Manager" from the File pull-down menu. Select "open Site Manager"
Click the "New Site" button. Click "New Site"
Name the site "SEAS Home Directory" under "My FTP Sites". On the site manager page, click "My site" under "select items"
Under "My FTP Sites", click on "SEAS Home Directory". Rename "New Site" to "lewis"
Under Host, type eniac.seas.upenn.edu. Enter the domain name of the "Host" (provided that you have a Domain Name Server) or IP address.
Under Port, type "22". Port Number of the SSH server
Under "Servertype" type "SFTP using SSH2". The "server type" of this service is "SFTP-SSH File Transfer Protocol"
Under "Logontype" click the button next to "Normal". the logon type is "Normal"
Under User, type your SEAS username. login username
Click the button "Save and Exit ".
Graph 1 Configure the Site Manager
How can I import the private key? Because you can only log on to the server using the private key. You can import the private key in two ways.
Directly configure the STPF settings of FileZilla. Choose "edit"> "set"> "SFTP"> "add key file" (look for Graph 1 ). Next, select the private key file. If you select a private key file that can be identified by FileZilla, enter the private key password and the file will be added successfully (look for Graph 2 ); however, if you select a private key file in PuTTY format, you must first convert it to a private key in FileZilla format and enter the private key password (look for Graph 3) to add it successfully. If the key is successfully added, the related information (look for Graph 1) is displayed in the key (K) text box ).
In FileZilla's official document Key-based authentication with SFTP: Windows
For SFTP using SSH2, FileZilla utilizes the excellent PuTTY tools. to allow the use of RSA/DSA key files with Filezilla, you'll need to download two more tools from PuTTY: Pageant and (assuming your key file isn' t already in PPK format) puTTYgen. in other words, we can use the Session proxy function of Pageant to implement the functions of the first method.
Graph 1 the main Set Configuration
Graph 2 Input the secret of Private Key
Graph 3 Transform the PuTTY type of Private key to FileZilla and save it
Both methods have been tested and can be connected to the server.
So far, all the work before logging on to the server has been completed. After downloading, log on to the system and test whether the download is successful?
Through the introduction of this article and the observation of images, we know how to transfer files using FileZilla's SFTP function on Windows XP. I hope this article will help you!
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